Good intermediate point between Fernandina and St. Augustine
Isolated - no services on the ICW
The liveliest of Jacksonville's beautiful beaches
Jacksonville beach has a historical Red Cross. It is located at the south end of the boardwalk. The historic American Red Cross Life Saving Station, erected in 1947, serves as the central headquarters for the 100-member volunteer life saving corps. A little further down the shore, between 5th and 6th avenues, is the 1,200 foot long Jacksonville Beach Pier, a popular spot for anglers that features a bait and tackle shop and a rustic restaurant.
THIS is where you want to go surfing at. The waves a about 2-4 feet based on the water. It's a good place for beginers and intermideate surfurs. Expereiced surfers may want to go to a different location. So go hit the wave, surfs up!
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This motel has a very nice pool, comfortable rooms and a great view of the ocean. Food here is great...more
1101 Beach Blvd, Jacksonville Beach, Florida, 32250, United States
Good for: Business
Great oceanside fun and relaxation featuring all the first class amenities that you would expect of...more
Salt Life Food ShackThis restaurant in Jacksonville Beach is inspired by the coastal lifestyle embodied by the Jacksonville Beach-born clothing and bumper sticker phenomenon known as "Salt Life." If you like the beach, surfing, fishing, or boating, be sure to check this place out. It is not a "shack" but rather a casual but hip restaurant with a...more
We went out to dinner in my sister and BILs car, so we wanted to go a place that we wouldn't walk to from the marina.Bob was so tired I thought he might fall asleep at the table (he still hadn't caught up on sleep from the 27 hours offshore) and I was also tired. My sister apparently did a piece for the paper where she works where she and my BIL...more
Bob had a coconut shrimp basket, and my sister had a grilled snapper sandwich and I had a chicken sandwich with cheese and bacon. My sister also had three appetizer crab cakes which she didn't care for as they were fried. The sauce was good though.On the way back in the spring, Bob had a hamburger and I had the surf and turf which gave me a...more
Yes this is a chain restaurant, but the food is always good (very consistent from store-to-store) and there is a wide variety of choices. Your choice of the Rockhampton Rib-Eye (a 14-ounce rib-eye steak) or the Ayers Rock Strip (a 14-ounce New York Strip) with salad, bread and baked potato (you can also choose veggies or rice).more
Sonny's Bar-B-Q bastes choice cuts of beef, pork, chicken, and ribs, then smokes them slowly over a hardwood fire. All meals are served up fast and friendly, with all the fixin's...yummy, yummy, yummy!!! Try the Bar-B-Q Ribs Dinner Plate served with french fries (or baked potato), coleslaw, and garlic bread.more
Please stay off the dunes. They are very fragile and there is only 1 row of dunes.
Use the walkways.
November 2003 - This marina has been leveled to the ground and is no longer available. March 2002: Pablo Creek Marina put us on the outside fixed fuel dock because otherwise we couldn't get out at low tide in the morning. The old fuel dock is in the center of the photoTheir fuel was $1.32/gal for diesel. Dockage was $1/ft with $3 for 30 amp. They...more
Our charge at Beach Marine was $1.25/ft Electric and tax added up to $9.20. I didn't get to check the internet availability although they say they have some.Their website says they have wet slips for travelers, laundry facilities, dry storage, T docks, easy safe access to the Intracoastal Waterway. Diesel and marine gas are available as well as...more
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